TCI Certificate in Trauma-Informed Care
Have you finished your 50 Hours of required training?
Click the button above to let us know all of the trainings you have completed since October 1, 2022 and request your completed TCI Trauma-Informed Care Training Certificate.
Do not complete the attached form if you have not yet met the minimum 50 Hours to receive your Certificate. The submission form will be updated as more trainings are held or made available On Demand before the submission deadline of August 31, 2023. If you would like to receive your Certificate of Completion, you MUST submit a form prior to the deadline.
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During Trauma Support Services' 2022-2023 grant year, Trauma Care Institute is pleased to offer another cycle of our TCI Trauma-Informed Care Training Certificate.
This is a training program with the ability to receive a Certificate of Completion for professional development hours attended by August 31, 2023. *Please Note: This is not a Certification*
CE Credits are NBCC approved and meet the professional development requirements of Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council.
Certificate Information and Requirements:
Requirements: 50 hours of Trauma Care Institute Trainings are required to be completed as part of the certificate program. This can be completed through any combination of LIVE Webinars Via Zoom, Pre-recorded Webinars, and In person trainings hosted by Trauma Support Services' Trauma Care Institute. Up to 12 hours of training done through other organizations can count toward the certificate completion but must be an approved topic (see below).
Certificate Timeline: All trainings (including those submitted through other organizations) must be completed between October 1, 2022 to August 31, 2023 to count toward the certificate.
Cost: FREE (This program is supported by Award No. 3012705 by the Texas Office of the Governor and Violence Against Women Act Fund.)
This training certificate focuses on trauma-informed work with female survivors of violence and crime, their families, and the resiliency of survivors as well as that of service providers. This program seeks to inform and assist mental health professionals, law enforcement personnel, lawyers, advocates, and other criminal justice and victim service providers navigating their work with survivors through a trauma-informed, diverse, and empathic lens.
All training hours applied to your Certificate must have a basis in the effects of trauma and performing trauma informed care. Any hours submitted from outside organizations will be reviewed prior to approval and should fall within the focus of the following topics.
Foundations of Trauma Informed Care
Resiliency and Self-Care
Human Trafficking of Adults
IPV in Minority Populations
Dating and IPV in LGBTQIA+ Communities
Violence Against Trans Women
Effects of Violence Against Women on Children and Families
Effects of the Pandemic on Similar Subject Matter
Other Related Violent Crime Topics